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Cooperative, cross-boundary management facilitates large-scale ecosystem restoration efforts
by Erin Kelly, Jonathan Kusel

January-March 2015
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Pruning reduces blister rust in sugar pine with minimal effects on tree growth
by Kevin L. O'Hara, Lauren A. Grand, Amy A. Whitcomb

January-March 2010
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Climate change will exacerbate California's insect pest problems
by John T. Trumble, Casey D. Butler

April-June 2009
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Light brown apple moth's arrival in California worries commodity groups
by Lucia G. Varela, Marshall W. Johnson, Larry Strand, Cheryl A. Wilen, Carolyn Pickel

April-June 2008
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Graphical analysis facilitates evaluation of stream-temperature monitoring data
by Kenneth W. Tate, David F. Lile, Donald L. Lancaster, Marni L. Porath, Julie A. Morrison, Yukako Sado

July-September 2005
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Landscape changes in Nevada County reflect social and ecological transitions
by Peter A. Walker, Sarah J. Marvin, Louise P. Fortmann

October-December 2003
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Non-oak native plants are main hosts for sudden oak death pathogen in California
by Matteo Garbelotto, Jennifer M Davidson, Kelly Ivors, Patricia E Maloney, Daniel Hüberli, Steven T Koike, David M Rizzo

January-March 2003
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Agroforestry is promising for previously cleared hardwood rangelands
by Doug McCreary

November-December 2001
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Past forest management promoted root disease in Yosemite Valley
by Garey W. Slaughter, David M. Rizzo

May-June 1999
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Grape growers report losses to black-foot and grapevine decline
by Heather Scheck, Stephen Vasquez, Diana Fogle, W. Douglas Gubler

July-August 1998
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Replacing vegetation may remedy Pierce's disease
Editors

November-December 1997
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Oaks grown from nursery stock have better survival rate
by Theodore E. Adams, Peter B. Sands, Marion E. Stanley

January-February 1997
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Post-fire herbicide sprays enhance native plant diversity
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Evelyn A. Healy, Daniel B. Marcum, Guy B. Kyser, Michelle S. Rasmussen

January-February 1997
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Long-term survival question: Why do oaks produce boom-and-bust seed crops?
by Walter D. Koenig, Jean Knops

September-October 1995
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Research update: ‘Grinch’ fungus threatens Christmas trees
Editors

November-December 1994
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European mistletoe continues to spread in Sonoma County
by Frank G. Hawksworth, Robert F. Scharpf, Melissa Marosy

November-December 1991
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California conifers thrive in New Zealand
by Paul C. Smith

August-September 1980
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Antioxidants reduce grape yield reductions from photochemical smog
by C. R. Thompson, Gerrit Kats

September 1970
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